For the security purpose, if you access the Internet through a proxy server, you need to configure your Google Chrome Browser with the exact settings, more you may not be able to access websites, FTP servers, and the like through your web browser. If you want to browse a few more anonymously, or your business requires you to connect to their server, you may be viewing connecting to the internet through a proxy. So, that’s why today we’re here with a cool and easy trick How to manually configure proxy settings in Google Chrome.
Yes, this is possible by this way that I’ve been discussed in the below article How to manually configure proxy settings in Google Chrome by just following the below steps.
Steps To Manually Configure Proxy Settings In Google Chrome
Step 1. First of all open your chrome browser and click on the right top corner three horizontal lines.
Step 2. Now click on settings and on the right top corner you’ll see a search box, click on it.
Step 3. Type proxy and hit enter.
Step 4. Now you’ll see a button “change proxy settings” click on it.
Step 5. Now an Internet properties box is open here click on “connection” and then LAN settings.
Step 6. Here select use a proxy server. Now choose a new proxy here.
Step 7. That’s it! Now, you are done.
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